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Central RED – "Building Legitimacy & Trust With Local Law Enforcement"

Alumni & Friends
Virtual (Zoom)
Tuesday, Apr 6, 2021 at 5:30 PM (CT)

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Building trust, transparency and legitimacy with the community is vital to an effective and efficient police organization.
Building a relationship with the community is complex and requires various strategies. Topics include police training and
policies, mental health issues, current trends in law enforcement, building trust and transparency relating to specific needs
and challenges, and community involvement and support.

Presented by Shane McSheehy, Aaron Fuller and Jason Sandholdt

Shane McSheehy is the chief of police with the Pella Police Department with over 26 years of service. He earned an MS in
criminal justice administration from Columbia Southern University. Aaron Fuller is the chief of police for the Knoxville
Police Department and has been with the department for 15 years. Fuller earned a BA in Criminal Justice and Psychology
at Buena Vista University and graduated from the FBI National Academy in Quantico, VA. Jason Sandholdt is in his third
term as Marion County Sheriff. He graduated from Central College in 1993 with a Biology major. Sandholdt oversees the
patrol division with 17 deputies, the communications center with 12 dispatchers, the 56-bed jail with 15 jailers and the civil
division.

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Central College Graham Conference Center Pella, IA 50219

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